The traditional separation is changing, with more couples hopping on the trend of semi-separating, ending their relationship but still living together.
Nobody wants to go through a divorce filled with accusations and disagreements. Unfortunately, in some cases, a divorce can go from amicable to ugly really quickly.
You can never be fully prepared for all the legal and emotional issues that may come up during a divorce, but there are steps you can take to minimize damage. To ensure a smoother divorce, follow these tips.
When you’re fighting for custody, division of assets or property, alimony, or child support in a contested divorce, gathering proper evidence to prove your side of the argument is of the utmost importance.
Signing a prenuptial agreement (prenup) before you get married can help ensure your future is protected in case of divorce. Here are 10 reasons it's a good idea to sign a prenup before you walk down the aisle.
Getting divorced is a stressful and complicated process at the best of times. It is a huge upheaval that will have a lasting impact on your life, but the process gets even more complicated when borders are involved.
Divorces among the rich and famous are notorious for involving large sums of money and expensive property. These 10 wealthy individuals learned that without a prenup, you must be prepared to give up a big portion of your assets to your ex.
Hiring an attorney is a crucial decision, and one of the most important ones you will make during your divorce. Here are five reasons why it is wise to hire an attorney if your divorce or custody case is headed to court.
There are only 10 days left to access free expert advice for your divorce before The Divorce School closes for the summer.
Many retired judges in the U.S. and Canada claim to offer mediation services but are actually doing something very different from true, ethical mediation. This confuses divorcing couples about the valuable service that real mediators provide.
Since we first launched in 1996, the mission of this website has always been to help our readers make their divorce more civilized, amicable, and transformational. If you'd like to offer expert advice, useful information, or support to those who are considering divorce, separated, or already divorced, there are two ways you can contribute content to us:
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